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Good place to stay, a bit out of the city but easy enough to get between the two on the bus, which runs 24 hrs. Staff were very helpful and the room (private twin) was clean and in good condition. The directions to the hostel from the final bus stop seemed a bit confusing since it didn't say which direction to walk in but we still found it fairly quickly. If you're looking for somewhere that's quiet and comfortable I would recommend it.
Excellent place to stay while visiting Copenhagen. Very kind owners, very comfortable place. Would definitely stay there again!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
The room with the double bed smelled not so nice since it was very humid. We had to sleep with open windows.
I enjoyed my stay at the Acacia House. It is a lovely house in a neighborhood that felt very safe and was quiet. It had a small kitchen but fully equipped. This was handy because food is very expensive in Denmark so buying from a store and making our own meals helped a lot. I gave it an "excellent" for location because we could leave our car and take one bus to the city. It is about a 25 minute ride which may be too long for some people but worked out fabulously for us. Hans and Lucia are sweet.